"The White Witch of Rose Hall" as written by and J. Dondelinger....
The white witch of Rose Hall,
The devil she could call.
Mother Ruthford come one day,
Into Montego Bay.
The great house,
An accountant man.
Annie Palmer had to have this man

The white witch of Rose Hall,
A beauty above all.
The slaves out in the fields
Had brothers who were killed.
This obeah made the spirits rise,
Destroying the unwanted with her eyes.

By night in the black
When she did rise,
Anyone in her path would die.
Robert met Millicent one fine day,
Now the girl stood in Annie's way.
Her life meant nothing without his love.
But she couldn't bear the evil of...

The white witch of Rose Hall
The devil she could call.
Robert's love then denied.
The blame Annie denied.

But the father
Of this dead slave girl
Casted Annie from his world.

The white witch of Rose Hall.
The devil she could call.
The white witch of Rose Hall.
The devil she could call.



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